COMMUNITY LIVING BC INFORMATION NIGHT
School District 23 will be hosting an information night for parents regarding transition and community services for students.
Carrie Despins from Community Living BC will be discussing various topics pertaining to transition services.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
LOCATION: Hollywood Road Education Services
Please RSVP to Rob Gibbon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Living BC Information Night
Save the date, this looks like it is going to be an amazing conference.
2015 International Conference Claiming Full Citizenship: Self-Determination, Claiming Full Citizenship: Self-Determination, Personalization and Individualized Funding Personalization and Individualized Funding
October 15-17, 2015 | The Hyatt Regency, Vancouver BC October 15-17, 2015 | The Hyatt Regency, Vancouver BC
Poster with more info here
We had the opportunity to donate our van so that the group led by Mr. Lalonde and Mr. Dickeson from Rutland Senior Secondary to get to Seattle. The plan is that this group of leaders in our community are flying to El Salvador to build a house for Habitat For Humanity. Good luck guys!
This is really cool. A TV program developed by and for people… “where ability and vision meet”. Some pretty cool activities and interviews.
Check it out on YouTube: Ablevision
Or their website: Ablevision.org
how cool is this?
Several of the community support crew who went to see the Canucks game against Nashville got to meet my all-time favorite Canuck, Trevor Linden. Here’s a picture of our own Vern Rockwell with the man himself.
This got passed on to us the other day (edited), might be of interest for some of you who are wondering about participating in Special Olympics or just interested in some general knowledge about your health:
We are three medical students collaborating with Special Olympics of BC to organize the first annual Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Screening Day.
The health fair will be held in Kelowna and is open to all athletes and community members, regardless of whether they are competing in the Games. It is an event that promotes communication and education for athletes, caregivers, health professionals and even the community at large. The ultimate goal of this health fair is to support athletes who live with a disability by providing a fun and safe environment to learn about health issues.
The health screenings offered include:
Fit Feet (podiatry)
Health Promotion booths:
-Nutrition and hydration
When: April 12th, 2014 from 10AM to 2PM(please arrive between 10AM and 2PM)
Where: UBC Okanagan Ballroom (UNC 200). Map here:
*Who*: Anyone who is eligible for Special Olympics is welcome to visit! All ages welcome!
This event will be a great opportunity for all participants to meet health care professionals, Special Olympic athletes, and other members of the community, while learning about health issues relevant to all participants.
No need to RSVP! Please come if you’re interested in participating.
Looking forward to meeting you soon!
All the best,
Have you ever checked out the CanadaCares.org website? Here’s a link, some useful information and lots of recognition for the caregivers in our communities.
Check it out!
Hope you’re having an awesome week. Ever been to SelfAdvocateNet.com? It’s the BC Self Advocate Network’s website. It’s been around for 14 (!) years but has recently gone through some design changes. It looks great and has tons of useful information, Check it out!
BC Self Advocate Network: SelfAdvocateNet.com